By Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary
It is a beginner's advisor to the abilities of severe pondering, serious writing and demanding appraisal in well-being and social care, and talks you thru each level of turning into a serious philosopher. each one bankruptcy tackles a special element of the method and utilizing examples and easy language exhibits you the way it really is done.
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THINK MORE CRITICALLY ABOUT READILY AVAILABLE INFORMATION CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE of guidelines, such as the AGREE 11 tool, which is available at http://www. discern. uk]. Generally, there should be a good explanation of how the guidelines or summaries were compiled. The sources that were used should be clearly identified; these should be from best available evidence, usually research and systematic reviews of research. You should also check if they are up to date and have a review date.
Once you have all the relevant information, you need to be critical of what you read, see and hear, and then make a judgement about it so that you can account for your care or practice if called on to do so. Who are you accountable to? • Students are accountable to their higher education institution, and when in a practice setting should be supervised by a registered professional. • Registered practitioners are usually accountable to their professional body and their employers. • All registered health and social care practitioners are accountable to the law.
One of the key uses for Facebook is as a support/information network by patients/clients with specific conditions or problems, such as breast cancer (Bender et al. 2011). Importance of critical thinking when using social media As with any other source, you should think critically about any information/ evidence you find on social media. Opinions can be stated very rapidly without users taking time to think through their point or explaining themselves clearly. Thus it is hard to identify which comments on social media are based on consideration of the best available evidence.
A beginner's guide to critical thinking and writing in health and social care by Helen Aveyard, Pam Sharp, Mary